Born January 1, 1942 in a Russian-Tatar family in Moscow.
People's Artist of the RSFSR (1991).
Soviet and Russian film and theater actor.
Father, professional hunter - Shakurov Gabdelkaum Tufitovich. Mother - Olga Sergeyevna Shakurova, nee Shchegoleva, aunt of the famous Soviet cartoonist Shchegolev.
At the age of ten, Sergei seriously engaged in acrobatics, later becoming a master of sports. In the seventh grade I entered the drama circle. After leaving school, in 1961, on the recommendation of the famous playwright Victor Rozov, Sergei Shakurov entered the studio school at the Central Children's Theater.
In 1964, after graduating from a studio school, the young actor began working at the Malaya Bronnaya Theater, and a year later he was accepted into the troupe of the Central Academic Theater of the Soviet Army. He left the theater with L.E. Kheifets to the Maly Theater, but unlike the latter, he was not taken there.
Since 1971, Sergei Shakurov worked at the Drama Theater. K. S. Stanislavsky. Now the actor MTYUZ.
Sergey Shakurov made his film debut in 1966, starring immediately in the title role in the film Manos Zakharias "I am a soldier, mother."
Sergei Kayumovich was officially married twice. The first wife is Natalya Oleneva, actress of the Central Children's Theater (now RAMT), son Ivan (1969). The second wife is actress Tatyana Kochemasova, daughter Olga (1986). The common-law wife is theater producer Ekaterina Mikhailovna Babalova, son of Marat (2004).
Prizes and awards
- Laureate of the USSR State Prize (1980).
- Knight of the Order of Honor (2002).